Monthly updates for May 2014
Deploy SAP solutions in the cloud using Azure's secure and reliable cloud infrastructure platform.
Two new regions for Azure Virtual Machines.
This new region joins 10 worldwide that are supported by Azure Websites.
New support for Managed Cache, Azure Automation, Traffic Manager and the Anti-Malware Cloud Service extension.
Instead of transferring your data over the Internet, send your hard drives directly to an Azure datacenter.
Directly and securely connect multiple Azure virtual networks.
Virtual machine images for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 are now available in the Azure virtual machine gallery.
A highly secured, dedicated cache that’s managed by Microsoft.
Reserve public IP addresses and use them as virtual IP (VIP) addresses for your applications.
Connect to any on-premises TCP or HTTP resource from Azure Web Sites.
If you’re running Linux in Azure Virtual Machines and have purchased Azure support, you can take advantage of priority support plans.
Microsoft Antimalware offers customers the ability to install an antimalware agent for both PaaS roles and virtual machines
Azure Websites deployment slots have been expanded to 4+1.
Azure EA customers in North America and Europe can purchase a range of application and data services from 3rd party providers through the Azure Store and have these subscriptions automatically billed against their EA.
Assign public IP addresses to your virtual machines, so they become directly addressable.
Scheduler GA pricing is now in effect.
Manage traffic for endpoints that live inside or outside of Azure.
Load-balance Azure (VMs) with private IP addresses within a virtual network.
Securely connect multiple on-premises locations with a virtual network (VNet) in Azure.
Azure RemoteApp delivers Windows Server session-based applications from Azure. The service is now in public preview and provided at no additional cost during the preview period